g0wex

g0wex

Lives in United Kingdom Peak District Derbyshire, United Kingdom
Works as a Electrical engineer
Joined on Apr 10, 2005
About me:

E5 E3 E420 E300 7-14mm 12-60mm SWD 14-45mm 35mm Macro 25mm Pancake 40-150mm 50-200mm SWD FL50R TC1.4

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On Warm and cold in the Winter 7 challenge (8 comments in total)

Many thanks for your comments, it was looking like the snow was going to miss the Peak District this year, luckily we got some to play with and it was a bonus to be the first person here so no messy footprints to deal with!

Direct link | Posted on Feb 16, 2012 at 08:58 UTC as 6th comment
On Camera Shy in the Sunflowers! challenge (3 comments in total)

> Why did you tilt the frame so much? I probably would not have done this...and it would have been a weaker image....so what compelled you to shoot it as you have? Best Wishes, Traveller

Many thanks for taking the time to comment in my image..sorry for the delay in answering but I've only just seen it!!
The image is level as commented by Lamah (thanks) the field was sloping..check the bases of the clouds and you will see they are level

Regards Steve

Direct link | Posted on Dec 31, 2009 at 19:33 UTC as 1st comment
On Cakes of Bread in the Ultra Wide Angle Landscape challenge (14 comments in total)

sandrotto wrote:
> Hi Steve,
>
> do you have this image on flickr by any chance? I would love to add it to my favorites there :-) Wonderful picture!
>
> Sandro
Hi Sandro
Many thanks for your comments,
I don't have the image on a flikr page but I do have it on my wedsite which can be found at:
www.stephenelliottphotography.co.uk

Regards
Steve
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Direct link | Posted on Aug 27, 2009 at 08:51 UTC as 3rd comment
On Cakes of Bread in the Ultra Wide Angle Landscape challenge (14 comments in total)

RomanJohnston wrote:
> The sky waked up this shot very nicely without relying on a really long explosure to get the lines. I am guessing they are jet contrails....and if that is the case, this is a great example of where they help when so many complain about them being in the picture.
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> Nice work and grats on the win.
>
> Roman
Thanks Roman
contrails can be the curse for landscape photographers but sometimes you can get lucky and make the most of them, the perspective created by using the UWA lens helps in this case, considering that 'the Cakes of Bread' sit directly under the flight path to Manchester airport you can't do that much to avoid them

Cheers Steve
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Direct link | Posted on Aug 15, 2009 at 13:31 UTC as 7th comment
On Cakes of Bread in the Ultra Wide Angle Landscape challenge (14 comments in total)

Thanks to all for your comments and to anyone that voted, I would have replied earlier but have only just discovered them!!

Cheers
Steve
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Direct link | Posted on Aug 15, 2009 at 13:22 UTC as 8th comment
On Cakes of Bread in the Ultra Wide Angle Landscape challenge (14 comments in total)

Tonio1 wrote:
> Excellent picture!!!!!!
>
> Sorry for my ignorance but what country or state is that place?
Hi Tonio
Thanks for your comments,
This shot was taken in the Peak District national park in Derbyshire England
Regards

Steve

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Direct link | Posted on Aug 15, 2009 at 13:20 UTC as 9th comment
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